We went crazy over them as professional soccer players, years later we are still crazy over them as retired soccer players.
47-year-old Lucas "Rhoo" Radebe is on another level of hotness. Radebe began his professional soccer career by playing for Kaizer Chiefs, he started as a goalkeeper, switched to central midfield and lastly to central defence. He became a captain and player for his English team Leeds United F.C
In the year 2000 Radebe sustained a knee and ankle injury which stopped him from playing for close to two years.
Our favorite goalkeeper in the history of South African soccer, Brian Baloyi "Spiderman". He played for Kaizer Chiefs for over a decade before joining Mamelodi Sundowns in 2004. Baloyi made a return to Kaizer Chiefs in 2015 as a development coach.
Blonde-haired player Sbusiso Zuma is a man with swag, his contribution to South African soccer will never be forgotten. Before joining the Danish club F.C Copenhagen in the year 2000 Zuma did wonders as an Orlando Pirates player.
After five years with F.C Copenhagen Zuma was sold to German Bundesliga club in 2005.
The years may be passing by but Sbu still looks handsome as ever.
Cyril "Skhokho" Nzama still looks the same as the young man he used to be before retiring from soccer. We first got to know Nzama in 2000 when he joined Kaizer Chiefs, he then left the football club in 2008.
Our everyday crush, Doctor "16 valve" Khumalo known for being one of the greatest midfielders for Kaizer Chiefs and the SA national team Bafana Bafana.
Mentored by his father Eliam "Pro" Khumalo a famous player of the 1970s Doctor started playing for Swallows Reserves in 1984 and later joined the Kaizer Chiefs junior team. Doctor got promoted to the senior team and became a star.
Doctor will always be one handsome soccer player in our eyes.
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